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State of Origin

Great news out of the Blues impressive win over the Maroons, all three Roosters players, Mitchell Pearce, Michael Jennings and James Maloney are fit and ready to go against the Eels on Friday night.

Sam Moa

Moa left the field early in our Round 8 win over the Panthers at Allianz Stadium, after suffering injuries to both his left ankle and knee.

He suffered a high ankle sprain and also a subluxation of his patella.

Moa is expected to be back in the next couple of weeks.

Tautau Moga

Moga is continuing to progress well following knee surgery at the back-end of 2012, with the young outside back returning to training in mid-February on a lighter workload than the rest of the squad.

Moga continues to train on a lighter workload, however is participating in a range of drills and activities with the full squad.

A mid-season return to the playing ranks is still hopeful.

Jack Bosden

Bosden suffered a tear of the cartilage in his knee in Newtown Jets victory over the Wests Tigers in Round 11 of the NSW Cup.

Bosden underwent arthroscopic surgery last week but a return date is yet to be determined.
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